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Pennsylvania Urges Outdoorsmen to Pass Along Hunting Tradition
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminded experienced hunters, who have historically helped pass along the state's rich hunting heritage, that the new license year means another year to...

Firearms Industry to Run Free Supervised Live-fire Seminars for D.C. Residents
From National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has launched a public awareness campaign to inform Washington, D.C., residents - particularly those now considering purchasing a handgun - about the many educ...

Indiana to Hold Sportsmen's Series Workshops
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources   -- A new Sportsmen's Series consisting of a hunter education class and four themed workshops for hunters will be presented at Potato Creek State Park. The series kicks off with a hunter education ...

No Deer Here?
By Dane St. Cyr -- I consider myself to be a bit more than an avid deer hunter. I hunt nearly every day of the deer season, which begins Sept. 15, and ends during the middle of February. I have three boys who almost always tag along. My oldest son, ...

EHD and the Whitetail
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Last year in 2007, a large outbreak of EHD (Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease) unfolded throughout the country - causing the deaths of several thousand plus whitetails. From the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, Texas...

New York Creates Junior Hunter Mentoring Program
From New York State Department of Environmental Conservation -- New York Gov. David A. Paterson recently signed into law a bill that created a special "junior hunter" mentoring program which will allow persons aged 14 and 15 to hunt big ga...

Volunteers Needed for Vermont Turkey Brood Survey
From Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is seeking help in determining this spring's turkey nesting success by asking volunteers to record wild turkey sightings during August using the department's web-b...

Mission Buckmasters Bow Revealed
By Tracy Breen -- If you are a diehard bowhunter, or a casual bowhunter for that matter, you have heard of Mathews Archery. In the last decade, Mathews has become the largest bow manufacturer in the world. There are a few things that helped Mathew...

Flying by the Seat of His Pants
By Mike Handley -- You'd think that a couple of bowhunters who planned for every conceivable circumstance when packing for a four-day, out-of-state hunt would have pored over maps or at least discussed the lay of the land during the nine-hour drive....

The Magic of a Clean Pass-Through
By Roger Roan -- This was the last time I'd be able to hunt this area this season, I told my hunting buddy Jesse Purcell as we were pulling the stands in an Illinois river bottom. The chain from my stand slipped from my cold fingers and hit crusty, ...

Worth the Drag
By David Martin -- Early November is a special time for all who chase the elusive white-tailed buck. While I could only daydream of the big bucks I would be chasing in a few weeks in Wisconsin, I was pretty content with a stand I had placed on the s...

Passing Down the Tradition
By Stacey Swader -- As a little kid, my dad, Mark Scena, taught me the ins and outs of hunting. He took me on hunting trips and scouting missions, even as young as eight years old. I'm sure that he would have done it earlier, but he was in the Army ...

My Time in the Woods
By Billy Kizziah -- The rut on was on in the Corners. I hunt near where the boundary lines for three counties meet; Pickens, Tuscaloosa and Fayette counties located in west Alabama. My property is located just inside Fayette County in a community c...

Halloween Buck
By Brian Milinski -- I was hunting on some family land in Leon County, Texas, with anticipation of taking a buck. However, I never thought that on Halloween I would receive a "treat" as big as this one. A week before the harvest, we found ...

Arkansas Spring Turkey Harvest Down Compared to Previous Season
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas's unusually wet spring weather played a huge role in the state's turkey harvest. Most parts of the state suffered from epic floods that wreaked havoc with the state's hunters. The 2008 spring turke...

Swamp Hunters
By Wade Nolan -- Three Florida Black Panthers have been recently sighted in this swamp. Like me, they're here for the hogs. The terrain is mottled with high and low spots. The elevated hammocks resemble a chain of islands that reach through the tang...

You Got a 10-pointer, Trace!
By Tracy McCormick -- Everyone tries to support their spouse when it comes to their hobbies. When I started dating my husband, I had my horses and he had his hunting. He supported and helped me with my horses, and I sat at home and waited, semi-pat...

Rules in Place for South Dakota Mentored Youth Hunts this Fall
From South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission -- Following action by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, a framework of rules is in place to allow mentored youth hunting in South Dakota. The commission's action was prompted by a law passed in ...

North Dakota Pronghorn Season Set
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota's pronghorn hunting season has been set and 4,631 licenses are available for 2008, a decrease of 2,284 from last year's record number. The total consists of 2,141 any-pronghorn licenses and ...

Kansas Offers Assisted Deer Hunt
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Young and disabled hunters are invited to register to participate in the 6th Annual Tuttle Creek Assisted Deer Hunt. Sponsored by the Riley County Fish and Game Association, Tuttle Creek Lake Corps o...
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